Reggie Bullock

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  • Reggie Bullock
    SG-SF, New York Knicks

    Reggie Bullock is still recovering from July cervical disc herniation surgery and will be re-evaluated in November.

    Bullock won't get more than reserve minutes on the Knicks even when he is ready to return, which could be December or later. He averaged 9.3 points for the Lakers last season.

    Source: Stefan Bondy on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SG-SF, New York Knicks

    Newly signed wing Reggie Bullock (back) underwent successful surgery for a cervical disc herniation on Wednesday.

    Bullock signed a two-year contract with the Knicks a day before undergoing a special surgery in New York. The Knicks will update the media regarding Bullock's timetable around the start of training camp. With the rotation unknown and the lack of knowledge regarding his timetable, Bullock is best left undrafted in standard leagues.

    Source: Knicks PR on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, New York Knicks

    The Knicks have announced the signings of Marcus Morris and Reggie Bullock.

    Morris is on a one-year, $15 million deal while Bullock is coming in on a two-year deal worth less than $4.7 million annually, with a second season that isn't fully guaranteed. While both players began the offseason as potential standard-league targets, there's not much to see given the sudden depth of the Knicks roster. Morris will be one of five players who should mostly be playing power forward, while Bullock will slot into a busy backcourt and is already expected to miss at least a month of the season. New York's rotations are going to be a mess and we'd steer clear.

    Source: New York Knicks

  • Reggie Bullock
    SG-SF, New York Knicks

    Reggie Bullock is expected to miss at least one month of the regular season, per SNY's Ian Begley.

    Bullock, who initially agreed to a two-year deal worth $21 million, re-worked his contract to clock in at two years (with a second year that isn't fully guaranteed) for under the $4.7 million exception. There's no word on what exactly Bullock is dealing with, though he suffered from neck stiffness and plantar fasciitis in his right foot late last season. There's no need to monitor Bullock in standard leagues to open the year.

    Source: Ian Begley on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SG-SF, New York Knicks

    Reggie Bullock has agreed to sign a two-year deal with the Knicks for less than the $4.7 million exception.

    It was reported that Bullock initially had an offer for two years and $20 million so this is a considerable drop on the monetary terms. The two parties had to rework their agreement after unanticipated health issues that almost made the deal fall through. This is also the end of the domino that had Marcus Morris back off his initial agreement with the Spurs and sign a deal with the Knicks instead. New York seems to be loaded in the forward positions and it’s anyone’s guess who earns the minutes to become fantasy relevant next year.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    Marcus Morris is re-considering signing his two-year, $20 million agreement with the Spurs and is now looking at a deal with the Knicks after the Reggie Bullock deal may fall through.

    Whoa, that escalated quickly. It was reported earlier in the hour that the Knicks and Bullock were re-working their initial agreement after the Knicks had medical concerns about Bullock's ability to play a full season. It seems like the additional money left over from that deal will give new life into stealing Morris right out from under the Spurs. The Knicks reportedly have a one-year, $15 million offer on the table for Morris. There are sure to be more updates on this development. Stay tuned.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SG-SF, New York Knicks

    The Knicks and Reggie Bullock are both motivated to re-working their original two-year, $21 million deal, and agreeing on new terms.

    This news comes out of left field, but it seems as though the Knicks found something in Bullock's medical exam that they don't like, as the report added that the Knicks are re-evaluating Bullock's fitness to play a full season on 2019-20. Bullock had neck stiffness to close out last season, but it didn't seem overly serious. We should get more updates on the situation on the next few days, but there is potential that this deal falls through now.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SG-SF, New York Knicks

    The Knicks and Reggie Bullock have agreed to a two-year, $21 million deal.

    The Knicks were widely thought to be one of Bullock's biggest suitors, though it is a mild surprise that he didn't attract more interest from contending teams that could use an affordable 3-and-D player. Bullock's shooting went in the tank after he was traded to the Lakers last season, but there is definite late-round appeal as a player who can hit over two threes a a game with adequate efficiency while chipping in the occasional steal.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SF, Los Angeles Lakers

    The Wolves have touched base with Reggie Bullock, per Minnesota reporter Darren Wolfson.

    That said, Bullock is not at the top of Minnesota's wish list. They could certainly use more wing depth and shooters but Bullock figures to be a popular guy on the market. He'll meet with the Knicks later tonight.

    Source: Darren Wolfson on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SF, Los Angeles Lakers

    The Knicks will meet with Reggie Bullock on Sunday night after free agency begins according to David Aldridge of the Athletic.

    The two sides have been reported to have mutual interest for a while now, and the report indicates that Bullock is ready to commit to their offer even though the Lakers and other teams are still interested in his services. There are a lot of pieces that would need to fall in New York before it becomes clear what kind of role Bullock would be expected to play with them if he is to sign there.

    Source: David Aldridge on Twitter

  • Reggie Bullock
    SF, Los Angeles Lakers

    Reggie Bullock and the Knicks have mutual interest, according to SNY's Ian Begley.

    Bullock is one of the better floor-spacers available and figures to provide great value as he won't be overly available. Expect him to get linked to contending teams as the superstars pick their new homes, though he could be swayed by larger offers as teams wait for certain dominoes to fall.

    Source: SNY

  • Reggie Bullock
    F, Los Angeles Lakers

    Reggie Bullock is open to the idea of returning back to the Pistons as a free agent if the finances happened to be in order.

    The Pistons are capped out as they are already about $3 million over the cap for next season and can only offer Bullock the non-taxpayer mid-level exception of $9.3 million or the bi-annual exception at $3.6 million. Bullock will have a few options this summer and a return to Detroit is something to keep an eye on as the sharpshooter enjoyed his role as second fiddle to Blake Griffin and is fond of the Michigan lifestyle.

    Source: The Athletic

  • Reggie Bullock
    F, Los Angeles Lakers

    Reggie Bullock (neck stiffness) did not play in Tuesday's finale against the Blazers.

    Bullock sputtered for the most part after being traded to the Lakers, and though he didn't scorch the nets as he had the year before (48.9/44.5% to 41.3/34.3%, FG/3P%), he solidified his reputation as a rotational player with a hint of upside. His season-long numbers when on the floor checked in at a top 175-200 level (9/8 cat) over 63 games.

  • Reggie Bullock
    F, Los Angeles Lakers

    Reggie Bullock (neck stiffness) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's matchup against the Pelicans.

    Bullock will miss Tuesday's season finale, making it four in a row that he'll sit out. This just means Kentavious Caldwell-Pope should continue to play about 40 minutes.

    Source: NBA.com